You probably offer a wide range of quality programming to serve the needs of your members. But today’s socially conscious members and fitness enthusiasts demand an inspiring experience that goes above and beyond to match their values and lifestyle. That’s where SportsArt comes in. We share similar values, and can give you an edge when it comes to attracting and retaining consumers. By simply incorporating innovative ECO-POWR™ energy-generating cardio equipment into your programming, you can create a unique experience that seamlessly integrates social responsibility into popular and familiar programs. Interval Training is a Great Place to Start Interval training has become, and remains, a favorite workout regimen for many people for many reasons. The benefits of briefly pushing your body, then letting it recover, then pushing it again are well known. Research has shown that interval training helps improve cardiovascular and respiratory health, reduce fat and control glucose. Studies have even shown that this type of training could have additional benefits for older adults, namely reversing signs of aging within cells. The brevity of interval training is also an appealing aspect. Instead of investing hours and hours into long workouts, results can be seen through much shorter workout increments, making interval training appealing for today’s busy lifestyles. And, even within interval training programs, there’s no rigid requirements. Programs can be as flexible as needed to meet the needs of groups and individuals. So how can you make interval training even more attractive, engaging and inspiring? Match Your Equipment to Member Values SportsArt…
Humans are curious by nature. When we see something new, we cannot help but want to learn more! That is why we decided to share the most frequently asked questions regarding our innovative ECO-POWR™ cardio line and their answers. Check them out!
Innovation is a buzzword that gets thrown around a lot. It sounds great when you are trying to impress your boss during your 10 o’clock meeting, but it’s rare that the term is actually embraced and recognized for what it truly means. At SportsArt, innovation is at the core of everything we do.
Testing and gathering feedback is an important process at SportsArt. We want to ensure that the features of the units we provide not only look great but are functional and meet the expectations of our dealers, gym-owners, and end users. For this reason, we brought a prototype of our new A966 Power Cage to IHRSA and FIBO 2017.
You find yourself in an indoor cycling studio with music blaring and fans blasting. All around you people are pushing themselves to be faster, stronger, better. The room is lit by a kaleidoscope of colors and the instructor is calling out: “Okay! Everyone take it up to Red!”
Have you noticed the sustainable shift happening in the fitness industry? Lately, there has been less and less talk about the classic little-bits-of-everything fitness clubs that offer a variety of equipment and more talk about the uprising of small ‘boutique’ fitness facilities. But all kinds of boutique facilities — whether they focus on cycling, HIIT, dance, or personal training — still face the same obstacles to success: How to retain members while bringing in new ones, all the while keeping costs low, competing with the local gym franchises, and turning a profit. Luckily, there’s one solution for everything: being different in a way that matters.
There has been a focus on eco-friendly products, green business practices, and general do-good-for-the-environment consuming and it’s clear the trend isn’t going away anytime soon. There are plenty of little ways for you to support the movement and reduce your carbon footprint, such as shopping locally, taking public transport, composting your food waste, and so on. But what about your weekly workout? Follow these tips on how to incorporate eco-friendly fitness and make sustainable changes in your fitness routine:
“I get calls from overseas to get more information about the gym,” says Jose Avina, founder of Sacramento Eco Fitness. “I’ve gotten a lot of local coverage, too. I’ve only had to spend $150 on marketing.”
Do you work with patients who experience balance issues because of by Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, or stroke? As a firm believer of exercise as medicine – especially when dealing with acute and chronic disease – I am often challenged to create a better life for my clients with limited resources. Changes in insurance policies reduce reimbursement and limit client visits, leading us to make difficult decisions regarding the best treatment plans. The ICARE system from the Madonna Institute and SportsArt is one such alternative for treatment.